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Sunday 7th September 2014

To display your car on the Ford Ka Owners Club stand, tickets are £3 per car.

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Front bumper removal
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Sat Mar 27 2010, 07:39PM
The workhorse
Registered Member #71
Joined: Wed Aug 12 2009, 10:48AM
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Usual rules apply me and the site site will not be responsible for your actions/inactions as a result of the information provided.

Open the bonnet and remove the three screw here:

Remove two torx screws (one on either side) located here (T30)

Remove the two screws (one on either side) located here:

(the red dots show the bumper clips)
Undo this screw

The bumper can now be given a bit of a tug where the clips are.
Once the clips are off there is a little lug located here:

Pull the bumper slightly downwards to unclip this lug.

And voila. You can now remove the bumper and should be left with this:

All the clips need replacing as they break when they are pulled off.

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Sun Mar 28 2010, 08:54PM
Rhylie Ka
Registered Member #116
Joined: Thu Aug 27 2009, 07:29PM
Posts: 499
This will be useful to know when mine comes off to look at fixin some damage under the light and when i change to the morettes
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Slippery Steve
Tue May 18 2010, 10:46PM
Registered Member #570
Joined: Mon May 10 2010, 01:06PM
Posts: 71
You know those horrible grey plastic bumpers on the Mk1's well mines been painted to match black body paint , badly. My question is this Can you replace the old style plastic bumpers with the new Mk2 colour coded 1s? Ie like in the pic above, and is it a straight swap or do you need a fixing/bracket kit?

"All the clips need replacing as they break when they are pulled off", Are these easy to source Ie ebay or are they a specialist thing?

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Tue May 18 2010, 10:52PM
Metal Head
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Joined: Sat Aug 08 2009, 04:43PM
Location: Cambridgeshire
Posts: 1108
Yes you can change to colour coded ones and i bought my clips from ford but i guess you can buy from egay too.
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Slippery Steve
Tue May 18 2010, 11:12PM
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Joined: Mon May 10 2010, 01:06PM
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Haa haa egay! I take it the the removal is the same procedure. Cheers Wayne
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Mon Oct 31 2011, 11:54PM
Registered Member #1754
Joined: Fri Sep 16 2011, 03:38PM
Posts: 955
Lifesaver! Although you might wanna edit in to get some clips handy before starting! I had a late night rendezvous with my radiator and I can't repeat the expletives used when I read that with the bumper already parted from the front of the car! I've now, however, named her 'Lucky' after 2 close shaves with a potential blown head gasket and every single clip surviving bumper removal @ 9pm xD
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Tue Nov 01 2011, 06:18PM
Registered Member #1866
Joined: Tue Nov 01 2011, 06:14PM
Location: South of England
Posts: 1
Can the end section be removed on its own and replaced with a new one? I have a new one and need to fit it. I have 10 clips too. Is this pretty straightforward? Any help greatly appreciated.
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Tue Nov 01 2011, 06:53PM
Registered Member #1754
Joined: Fri Sep 16 2011, 03:38PM
Posts: 955
You should be able to. There is a clip and a screw on the back got the screw out but I couldn't get them apart. Didn't need to for my job though so didn't worry about it.
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Sat Jan 04 2014, 04:33PM
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Joined: Sat Jan 04 2014, 04:29PM
Location: Wiltshire
Posts: 13
Is this the same for the SportKa?
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